Scattered Showers

Scattered Showers

Scattered Showers over the Rocky Mountains were a perfect way to cap off what was mostly a sunny day spent in the Arapahoe National Wildlife Refuge. Forecast for tomorrow…scattered late day showers. Better set the alarm for another early start.

33 thoughts on “Scattered Showers

    1. Thanks for the feedback Kit as it is much appreciated. It was indeed a unique and dramatic sky and luckily for me the weekend I was up in the north park area was full of dramatic skies. Thanks for stoping by the blog and hope to hear from you once in awhile if the mood strikes you.

      1. Kit Dunsmore

        I can’t get over the skies we get in Colorado. I feel like I see new types of cloud formations all the time. The trick is getting a picture that captures the majesty. You definitely managed that here!

          1. Kit Dunsmore

            It’s nice to have more normal weather, although our last big storm was really destructive…

    1. Thanks for taking time to give us your feedback it is really appreciated. It is always fun to be able to get the big view of those somewhat distant storm rolling in and still stay dry. Take care

  1. Stunning and dramatic; beautiful work.

    I saw something like this the other night while out driving, except it’s corn rather than mountains here in Illinois. Sadly, I didn’t get a picture.

    1. Hi Nicholas, sounds like a great scene to see and the picture you have in your head is always the best one anyways. I am heading to visit family in Illinois this weekend so it sounds like I should bring the camera just in case. Take care and have a great weekend.

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